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Florida Mutineers to hold Call of Duty Warzone charity event with NFL players

May 6, 2020Arda OcalESPN Staff Writer FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintThe Florida Mutineers will host a $25,000 Call of Duty Warzone charity tournament on May 13 that will feature NFL players past and present. The money will go toward COVID-19 charities. The participants include NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens, former Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier, Mack Wilson and Jedrick Wills of the Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Vernon Butler, Carolina Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson, New York Giants cornerback James Bradberry and Seattle Seahawks running back DeeJay Dallas. "It's always incredible to see pro players go head to head with professional athletes," said Misfits Gaming Group CEO and co-founder Ben Spoont. "After the fun we had at our Miami event in February with the Mutineers and NFL players, we were excited to bring the esports and sports worlds together again for an entertaining showdown that's helping a fantastic cause. "The athletes, along with Call of Duty pros and streamers, will make up 12 squads of four.

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